Turkey's short-term external debt stock at $125.3 bln in July
Turkey's short-term external debt stock stood at $125.3 billion at the end July, according to data released on Sept. 17.
The debt that must be paid in a year or less climbed 9.7% in July compared to the end of 2020, according to the Turkish Central Bank.
A total of 40.7% of the debt stock is in U.S. dollars, 25.8% in euros, 13.3% Turkish liras, and 20.2% in other currencies.
The short-term external debt stock of banks increased 2.6% to $58.9 billion, while the figure for other sectors was up 10.8% to $39.4 billion.
The rest of the amount - $27 billion-belonged to the Central Bank.
"From the borrowers side, the short-term debt of public sector, which consists of public banks, increased by 9.1% to $25.4 billion," the bank said.
"The short-term debt of private sector increased by 4.6% to $72.9 billion compared to the end of 2020."
Short-term foreign exchange (FX) loans banks received from abroad rose 1% to $13.8 billion, the data showed.
Foreign exchange deposits of non-residents- except in the banking sector- in resident banks hit $15.9 billion in July, indicating a 4.5% rise compared to the end of 2020.
FX deposits of non-resident banks stood at $14.5 billion, increasing by 9.3%, while non-residents' Turkish lira deposits fell 3.6% to $14.8 billion, the bank said.
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